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  • Is steak tax deducatible? :-)

    by Ejkrouse | 26th of October, 2011

    What sort of materials does everyone declare on their taxes? Ink, paper, etc are all fine, but what about the items you shoot? See Article
  • Something lost...lives on in stock

    by Bradcalkins | 22nd of September, 2011

    Over the last 4 years of doing stock photography I have photographed many a household item. Several of those items have subsequently been lost, stolen, sold or broken. For some reason I find it satisfying every time I get a sale for one of those items ;) Here are a few:... More
  • Trying something new?

    by Lizapixels | 8th of March, 2011

    Hi all Im really into this stock thing now and dedicate ALOT of time to it lately,I am doing better at some sites than others but not making enough to buy coffee yet lol. I am going to try my hand at more still life,objects and see if that helps does anyone have any... More
  • The Art of Museums

    by Sepavo | 25th of September, 2010

    Museums offer a plethora of interesting and notable objects. I happen to live in New York City and have access to some world class museums. I often spend my leisure time perusing collections of art and artifacts while snapping as many pictures as possible. Sometimes... More
  • Morning Coffee...

    by Mani33 | 19th of February, 2010

    Some times we see so many objects around us in our day by day life, but not always we give attention to them, as the habit turned them usual! Almost all the companies now a days have a coffee machine where the gethering is almost a habit or even an obligation for drinks... More
  • Thanks to your tip and tricks I've done my first isolated pictures

    by Trottola | 18th of February, 2010

    Hello every one, I begun publishing few images last year, but I didn' much. I wasn't sure I could get results with my compact camera. So, I did some illutrations. One of these has been downloaded very soon, but just one time. And It's my only download for the moment... More
  • Isolating objects

    by Spitfirebbmf | 21st of July, 2009

    I was looking through some of my old photos I had on my hard drive and found some of a classic car show and traffic on a road, the images of the cars were ok but the composition and background were terrible. I thought how could i improve these and get them accepted on... More
  • Some tips on shooting objects on white

    by Alexhor | 10th of May, 2009

    At first, don't start immediately by checking my portfolio because it will not add to my credibility. I am still beginner here on DT. But... I have some tips which may theoretically give some ideas on shooting objects closeups. Some some of this tips will differ depending... More
  • Money from Junk

    by Thefinalmiracle | 4th of May, 2008

    Hey guys I am back!! I am feeling really good while writing a blog again. Last few days have been sad as well as tiring for me. My uncle who was fighting cancer since last 3 years expired on 22nd April. It was a huge fight for us and a great loss for me. Since I was a child,... More
  • Remove Distracting Elements in your Photo

    by Retina2020 | 20th of February, 2008

    Ok. Take a long breath before reading the next sentence. Have you ever took a photo and thought to yourself that the subject in the photo would be a good stock photo and when you finally downloaded it into your computer and finally viewed on your monitor that there are brightly... More
  • Reached 200

    by Gadgetat | 20th of February, 2008

    Wow, already made it to 200. And I just haven't been shooting too much lately. Pesky job I keep going to has kept me inside too often. Next week I'll be traveling to Anza-Borrego in California. What does Anza-Borrego promise? How about desert palms, rare desert wild... More
  • Away too long

    by Gadgetat | 1st of February, 2008

    Over the past few weeks I've been very distracted, and away from Dreamstime. But I'm back, and uploading away once more! This is just so much fun, and it helps to drive me to remember my camera at all times!!! Too bad I keep missing the bobcat that's been within 20 feet... More
  • Shooting inanimate objects

    by Gadgetat | 16th of October, 2007

    Here's something totally new for me. As I've been looking around Dreamstime I can't help notice some really amazing stock photos. Simple things like shots of brick walls, phones, keyboards, etc. These are things I've never played with shooting before. After looking... More
  • Cut parts

    by Howee_cz | 12th of October, 2007

    I understand cut part of object within composition can help to express the right feeling and pass the right message, however, in amagebank I would expect all images as complete as possible for future designers to set up the desired attributes. More
  • I LOVE THE OLD, RUINED, DEGRADED THINGS.

    by Alexdoc | 19th of September, 2007

    I LOVE THE OLD, RUINED, DEGRADED THINGS. Here a selection of the beautiful photographies that show degradation and abandonment. Places and objects tell in the degradation their history. My Collection | Grunge - Rusty - Old - Crumbled - Abandoned Spaces, Objects or... More

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